The Timble Inn is a romantic Grade II listed 18th Century coaching Inn with foundations dating back to 1200AD.
This stunning pub is hidden away in the quiet, beautiful village of Timble, nestling in the stunning Washburn Valley. Now family owned and having recently been awarded a 5 Star Silver Award rating and 2 culinary Rosettes by the AA, they aim to provide a home-from-home for their guests. With their friendly service and superb food, you’re sure to have the relaxing break you deserve.
Start your evening with a quiet drink before settling down for your exquisite dining experience. Wines are personally tasted and selected, real ales are locally sourced and pulled with a proper head and their extensive gin selection offers the best local, British and international gins. The pub also serves premium scotch and whiskey that will help you relax in style. Their menus change with the seasons - sample menus can be found below this text, with more detailed information on their website.
Their 9 AA 5 Star Silver Award winning rooms combine period character with a contemporary country living design. Your stay includes a fabulous full Yorkshire breakfast and 2 of their bedrooms are also dog friendly.
You can expect a whole host of luxuries when staying at this pub including high quality Egyptian cotton linen, bedding and furnishings, extremely comfortable pocket sprung beds, Harrogate based H2K toiletries, 32 inch flat-screen television with Freeview (50 inch in suite), stylish, spacious en-suite bathrooms with either full bath with overhead shower or walk-in shower and tea and coffee making facilities with a choice of herbal, Yorkshire and Earl Grey teas, coffee, still mineral water and biscuits. Other extras include a bluetooth sterio with radio, high quality towels and bath mats, a hairdryer, iron and ironing board and even an extensive mending kit.
This fantastic pub is a must visit - The surrounding countryside is a wonderful area for walking for people of all abilities and their are some stunning walks straight from the door of the Inn.